The month-long employment and financial literacy series will focus on how experienced workers can adapt to transitions in both work and life.
The County Board amended the parking ratio for child care centers, as recommended in the County’s Child Care Initiative.
The Arlington County Board will consider and act on dozens of items at its July 2019 Board Meeting. The meeting is open to the public.
In 2018, there were 31,436 reports of adult abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation in Virginia, a 16-percent increase from the previous year.
As we close out Older Americans Month, we’re focusing on ways older Arlingtonians can connect with and contribute to the community.
The questions you can answer by thumbing through Arlington’s 2019 County Profile are many. Here are a few things we found interesting.
Arlington’s Social 60+ Cafés provide opportunities for older adults to socialize, learn and get connected with health, transportation and other resources.
Arlington is a leader when it comes to supporting adults as they get older. Follow along as we join the nationwide observance of Older Americans Month.
Arlington often ranks highly in areas of employment, education and health. However, looking beyond aggregate data reveals significant disparities.
Two new community reports highlighting health and other disparities within Arlington will be released. A panel of experts will discuss the report findings, recommendations and next steps.